Precision Medicine

Doctors from the University of Wisconsin (Milwaukee, WI) suggest that precision medicine and epigenetics are two emerging fields that could alter the way in which hypertension is treated.
Doctors from Brigham and Women’s Hospital (Boston, MA) have proposed that limiting the overuse of costly resources through predictive analytics could help to reduce rising health care costs for high-risk patient groups.
Infliximab may be slightly better than cyclosporine for treating patients with steroid-refractory ulcerative colitis (UC).
During a session at the ASH meeting, presenters reported on research revealing how some genetic variants are associated with disease severity and treatment-related complications in children with blood diseases